What is the best method for guaranteeing bandwidth to an internal host through a router? I would like to use the internet facing interface and apply an input service-policy map. However, it looks like I can't do that, as I get "...not supported in input policy."
Basically I want to use a policy-map to set a guaranteed min. bandwidth of 20000 to a host defined in a class-map, and then apply that service-policy to an interface's input.
There a better way?
Doesn't make sense to do it on the inside interface as an output.
Hi First, can you show us what was your policy-map and the class-maps? This will help us find why it is not. Supported Second, the best way depends on why do you need it, if you need to give more download rate to this host then i think you need your ISP apply the policy-map on his router, because applying on on your router will be useless as the router is at your end of the circuit But if you need to give more upload bandwidth to this host, then you can either put it in the ingress port or the egress with inbound or outbound direction
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